Girls’ Education South Sudan is a practical programme that implements activities that tackle financial, cultural and quality barriers to education for the girl child, while boys will also benefit from an improved learning environment.

The activities are structured along three main outputs:

  1. Enhanced household and community awareness and empowerment for supporting girls’ education through radio programmes and community outreach.

  2. Effective partnerships between GRSS and local organisations to deliver a community-based school improvement programme which will include:

    a) cash transfers to girls and their families;

    b) capitation grants to schools;

    c) provision of practical support to schools, teachers and education managers to improve the quality of education.


  3. Increased knowledge and evidence of what works to promote girls’ education in South Sudan.